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With the upcoming events for National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, I was reminded of a darker time of my life. There were many times in my life where I was presented with a decision-making process. Time and time and again I made the wrong choices. I did not know Christ and was not capable

Jerry Traister and  Corey Adams joined me in traveling to Swansea, Massachusetts for the memorial service of Vince Griffis, class of 1967. Vince was the son of beloved professor and Chief Academic Officer of Practical Bible Training School (Davis College), Dr. Paul Griffis. A hall has been dedicated to Dr. Paul Griffis in the Davis/Chatlos

I met with Will Reichel, Director of Financial Aid, to talk about his band, Riverside Confession, and their new project. He and Jared Ingraham (vocals, guitar) met at Davis College 11 years ago.  Jared played the guitar, and Will said that he enjoyed playing the drums, but didn’t even have a drum set. Will approached

Truth Has Its Limits, Part 4 Back to the subject at hand. Naturally we’re to be people of truth. But when Paul talks about rejoicing with the truth or speaking the truth in love (1 Cor 13:6; Eph 4:15); and when John writes about walking in the truth (2 John 1:4); they’re talking about the

Truth Has Its Limits, Part 3 Paul was no less clear about the priority of love: “You, my brothers, were called to be free. But do not use your freedom to indulge the sinful nature; rather, serve one another in love” (Gal 5:13). Unleashed from the law, Christians were to bind themselves to each other


  Commentary on Psalm 139, by Rachel Phillips – BIBL 3452 class assignment for Dr. George Snyder “For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well. My frame was not hidden

Now Introducing: FLEX – Financial Liberty Exercised! Davis College is excited to announce the launch of our new FLEX (Financial Liberty Exercised) program that will be offered to all incoming freshmen, beginning with Fall 2014 enrollment. This new FLEX program provides a safety net for students – freeing them to pursue their chosen career without

  Truth Has Its Limits Christians who insist upon absolutes do so to stay off the slippery slope. Indeed, downhill of the absolutist stands the antinomian. If absolutism posits many universal norms codified in rules, antinomianism admits of no norms, thus no rules. This Outback philosophy―“no rules, just right”―can’t be right either, and none of

Truth Has Its Limits Where I come from, lying was always a sin, and rules were absolute. You told the truth no matter how inconvenient. When Mom asked, “How do I look?”, you didn’t admit how badly she looked; instead you quipped (smiling), “You’ll be the talk of the town.” Of course, these clever rejoinders